Eating Clean from Now On

First of all, to clear things out, we won’t discuss the history of the ‘clean eating’ trend and how it earned its place on the list of Best Diets 2017. It started out as an idea or concept, but now it has developed into a minefield where you be careful to know all the dos and don’ts; in reality, strategies like these hardly ever work. What numerous ‘Best Diets 2017’ fail to add or explain is that people can become healthier and more fit with just the right amount of detox; choose the right kind of food, don’t starve yourself or force to love the drinks you’re told to create from a juicer.

On the top of our list of clean and healthy food option is Spirulina. Basically it’s a natural algae that’s packed with health benefits, the only problem would be the unique taste. Taste aside, it does wonders for the body, one just has to get used to the taste and texture first. You can now put wheat grass on the side as Spirulina is far better; 95% of the protein contained in Spirulina is digestible. All eight crucial amino acids can be found in Spirulina, this would also include the Omega 3 fatty acids, the healthy kind of fat.

But the best benefit that the Spirulina has to offer is natural detoxing, it’s all you need and you’re good to go with your clean diet plan. Spirulina is high in chlorophyll, so it can detox the body by flushing out huge amounts of toxins. This miracle supplement also acts as an immune system booster as well as an antioxidant; amazing for the health and it does wonders for the skin.

By raising a person’s resting metabolism, it also hastens the rate at which a that person loses weight. Those that failed to adjust to the taste after all the earnest efforts can switch to the powder in capsule option alongside a healthier food choice; for the ‘Best Diets 2017’ that did include Spirulina, this method would be the easiest one.

Almost all the ‘Best Diets 2017’ lists are bound to include Feekeh in their choices. The incredible grain is a staple part of Palestinian and Middle Eastern diets. Unlike the previous supplement, Feekeh has a smoky flavor and looks close to light sage. Jammed pack with fibre alongside protein, it’s a great detox for the body; the amount it contains is around double that of quinoa. Acting as a natural prebiotic, it Feekeh offers a generous amount of good bacteria in the gut. Those that are on a gluten free diet should consider another grain, since Feekeh contains gluten.